May 28, 2014
At least four Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces Wednesday when right-wing Jews entered the Al Aqsa compound to commemorate the taking of East Jerusalem in 1967.
Pro-Assad voters stopped traffic in the streets of Beirut Wednesday amid a chaotic and disorganised day at the Syrian embassy.
Israeli authorities have issued eviction orders to dead people buried in the Bedouin village of Al-Araqib's cemetery. The village has reportedly been demolished 63 times.
Tensions are rising in the Lebanon-Syria border as Syrian fighter jets fired missiles into Bekaa Valley, where it is widely believed rebels are supported.
British wars in Iraq and Afghanistan cost over $50 billion, according to a prominent defence think-tank.
Bahrain's interior ministry denied wrongdoing after a report on violence and human rights in the country was released by the U.S. State Department.
Militants in Damascus killed a woman and injured 13 other people in mortar attacks across residential areas, according to the Syrian Police Command.
U.S. President Barack Obama revealed plans this week that indicate that Washington will reduce the number of troops on the ground in Afghanistan by year's end.
Interior Minister Nouhad al-Mashnouq has said that a security plan for Beirut is expected to witness light in June as another cabinet minister stressed that no party wants to create chaos.
Syrian expats are heading to the polls in various countries to vote in Syria's presidential elections.
An Israeli infantry unit violated the southern Lebanese border on Wednesday near al-Ghajjar village.
At least four Tunisian officers were killed in what has been called a "terrorist attack" on the home of the country's Interior Minister.
Due to growing instability in Libya, the U.S. State Department has issued a warning urging Americans in Libya to leave as soon as possible.
U.S. President Barack Obama is planning to authorize the country's armed forces to train selected groups of Syrian rebels.
Hamdeen Sabahi's campaign filed a complaint over the election extension, with Sisi's campaign quickly following suit.